Know your muslin swaddle fabric

Muslin is a lose lightweight cotton material with a plain weave. Its texture and feel can be different depending on the weave, thread counts, dyes and so on.

What are the types of muslins you have?

At BabySpace we have introduced several types while keeping in mind that they are best for babies delicate skin;

1. Plain Muslin

This is the simplest form of fabric used mainly in swaddles, and some clothing items. We also use this in our baby bedding sets.

2. Square Muslin

Is blanket fabric soft but firm, and has a square pattern woven in the fabric. Some clothing items we have use this fabric. This is 100% cotton

3. Bamboo mixed muslin

This fabric has 70% bamboo and 30% cotton and is very soft and almost delicate. Bamboo muslins are used mostly in swaddles.

4. Cotton Gauze muslin

Sometimes reffered to as "bandage fabric" in the markets, it is used in nappies and also towels. Most often the gauze is layered before sewing to give added texture and absorption. They are much softer than the terry cotton towels commonly used.

What is the most soft muslin?

The bamboo mixed and 100% bamboo muslins are the most delicate of the muslin fabrics.

Which blanket do you recommend I buy?

While all fabrics are soft, breathable and conforable it would depend on your preferrance. Most cumstomers buy a mix of types, and are likely to use it according to their prefference.

Can your blankets be used as recieving blankets?

Yes they are ideal for swaddling and receiving.